Events

Jan 18, 2017

Please join us to learn more about about our occupational therapy program at Tufts University. This informal session will cover general information on our program, curriculum, field work & admissions.

We look forward to meeting you!

Jan 19, 2017

Classes begin

Jan 19, 2017
Jan 20, 2017

Various tabletop, card, and video games will be present at this game night. In the past we have played Resistance, Avalon, Codenames, Hanabi, Catan, Coup, Love Letter, 7 Wonders, Dominion, video games on Steam, and more. Bring your own games too!
(This event is hosted by CSLOL)

Jan 26, 2017

Students can add/drop classes on SIS until 11:59 p.m. For more information visit the Registrar's website.

Jan 26, 2017

SMFA students may complete a paper petition form to the Student Services desk in Dowling Hall by 5 p.m. Visit the Registrar's site for information on the PASS/FAIL option: http://students.tufts.edu/registrar/what-we-assist/course-registration-a...

Jan 26, 2017

Students may complete a paper petition form to the Student Services desk in Dowling Hall by 5 p.m. Visit the Registrar's site for information on the Pass/Fail option.

Jan 26, 2017

Students may add/drop courses on SIS until 11:59 p.m.

Jan 26, 2017

Students may drop courses on SIS until 11:59 p.m.

Jan 26, 2017

Shu-mei Shih, Professor of Comparative Literature, Asian Languages and Cultures, and Asian American Studies, UCLA

Françoise Lionnet, Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, and African and African American Studies, Harvard University

In this seminar, Professors Shih and Lionnet will focus on critical concepts in the “worldly” turn in humanistic and comparative studies, which have been employed in the approach to world literature, planetarity, and "minor" literatures.

Jan 26, 2017

Shu-mei Shih, Professor of Comparative Literature, Asian Languages and Cultures, and Asian American Studies, UCLA

In this lecture, The emergence of Sinophone studies in the last decade is altering the landscape of postcolonial theory, which had been largely derived from the historical experience of western European empires. How does Sinophone studies intervene in and contribute to existing postcolonial theory? Why is Sinophone studies still marginalized in postcolonial studies? By taking a comparative approach that emphasizes conjunctures and relations, this lecture will explore the question of Chinese empire in relation to European empires via the pivot to Sinophone literature from Southeast Asia.

Jan 26, 2017

Identify obstacles that may be inhibiting your writing process, improve your understanding of the expectations for graduate-level writing, manage procrastination and perfectionist tendencies, and build time for writing into your busy schedule. Activities and discussion will help you explore your personal writing process and develop techniques for becoming a more productive writer. Facilitated by the Academic Resource Center.

This is a Notation Track workshop.

Dinner will be provided from 5:30 – 6:00 pm. Registration is required for this workshop.

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